The Labor Department would study factors affecting employment opportunities for immigrants and refugees who are lawfully present or naturalized citizens and have professional credentials obtained in another country under
The department would work in consultation with the Commerce, Defense, Education, Health and Human Services, Homeland Security, and State departments, as well as the IRS and Social Security Administration. Relevant nonprofit organizations and state agencies would have to be engaged to use their data and resources for the study.
The study would include:
- An analysis of the employment history of lawful immigrants and refugees admitted to the US ...